Demand for 2-3BHK flats on the rise in Ajmer

The real estate market is slowly picking up in Ajmer. Investors as well as end users have started exploring options. Being a prominent centre of religious tourism, there is no dearth of investors from abroad.
Property consultants have started getting queries from NRIs visiting ajmer. Blue Earth Consultant MD Surendra Rajpurohit said, “Most of them want a 2-3 bedroom flat in the city so that whenever they come to pay homage at the dargah they can live comfortably. In the past few weeks, there has been some positive movement in realty space”.
With time, there has been a paradigm shift in preferences. Earlier there was a demand for independent houses. Now people are asking for apartments and society flats. Mr Rajpurohit says, “People now prefer community living as it offers convenience, safety and common facilities. People, specially retired and nuclear families, are looking for flats”.
But the apartment culture is yet to take off. Not many real estate players are in the ring. Ansal Properties and Infrastructure is among the frontrunner, and is coming up with a hundred acre township Sushant City on NH-8. It will house a commercial mall — Ansal Plaza, a three-screen multiplex, 4 different sizes of 790 residential plots, 1200 independent houses and 225 flats.
Amit Bhardwaj of SM Real Estate said, “Flats are available in the range of Rs 7-15 lakh while an independent house can cost you Rs 7 lakh to Rs 60 lakh, depending on the size and construction”.